While their motives were more mercenary than musical, American small record label impresarios could hear the barriers falling between the races right before their ears.
The inaugural Madrid edition of Primavera Sound, one of the world’s largest musical festivals, saw many of us trudging through mud like zombies in the middle of the night, exhausted and confused.
Keith Richard’s 1977 drug bust in Toronto led to the controversial “Blind Date” benefit concert in nearby Oshawa. Many benefited, but not in the way you think.
Nine US-based musicians discuss surviving and adapting to the changing music industry in our extraordinarily challenging time of pandemic shutdown.
Few of us devote much time to thinking about what a lifetime of labor is, especially creative labor. Milo is the kind of artist who invites us to think about it.